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live shot to show you. this is another very excited campaign headquarters. carl paladino's headquarters. having defeated rick lazio, the establishment republican candidate for new york governor. we'll be talking much more about that race later on this hour. carl paladino beating rick lazio for the republican primary for governor in new york state. a shocking, shocking result here in new york state. again, christine o'donnell to fill the senate seat of joe biden. she now moves on to face chris kuhns in the general election. the republican party in delaware is left to figure out if they want to unite behind christine o'donnell as their new candidate. it is not necessarily an easy task given the party chairman recently proclaim she was not a viable candidate for any office in the state of delaware. she could not be elected dog catcher. the state party in delaware also ran robocalls against her today featuring her former campaign manager for one of her many senate campaigns. that campaign manager saying, in those robocalls, that christine o'donnell had lived off campaign donations for her p
of government spending. so carl paladino is the antiestablishment, anti-government spending choice unless the spending is government rent checks payable to him. those are essentially his virtues as a candidate. at least you have to hope those are his virtues as candidate, that those are the source of his appeal to new york republicans, because if it's not the that stuff, i'm telling you, this is essentially what else the public knows about carl paladino. wny media.net is the website, they received and published what they call a deluge of e-mail that is mr. paladio sent to a who's who of buffalo-area politicians, media types and hangers on. among them this widely circulated elsewhere and not actually a photo, photo shopped picture of the first lady and president dressed for what the e-mail subject line called a white house ball. the kind of thing surely everyone sends to a long, long list of their friends and business acquaintances. this one, he sent on titled proof the irish discovered africa. it had as an attachment a video of monkeys doing a little river dance style dancing jig. get it?
lazio in that race. a stunning result in the new york governor's race. carl paladino has enjoyed tea party support. he has made himself famous in this campaign because there was a publishing of hard pornographic e-mails that he sent to friends and political associates. the big news so far tonight is the major upset in the state of delaware where tea party favorite cristine o'donnell has defeated mike castle mr. castle thought to be a relative lock in that race just weeks ago. with 100% of precincts now reporting, she defeated mike castle 53-47%. the other big result tonight, carl palodino defeating rick lazio. that is being called by the associated press. that is the republican primary for the governorship in the state of new york. mr. palodino will face andrew cuomo. shortly after the o'donnell versus mike castle results became official in delaware, make castle, the defeated republican establishment candidate in that race, addressed his supporters at his headquarters. >> the last several weeks have been spirited. the voters have spoken and i respect that decision. i had a very nice
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with high unemployment and that's where a guy named carl paladino has found his base. >> i'm carl paladino. and i'm mad as hell. i'm a businessman. not a politician. i'm being falsely called a racist and worse. >> reporter: he's all over youtube. >> new yorkers are fed up. >> reporter: a wealthy developer who owns a good chunk of buffalo, new york, and never held any political office. >> this is going to be one hell of a year. >> reporter: for opponents, he's the stereotype of a renegade outsider. with tea party support. you're angry, you're loud, you're brash. you've said you're not politically correct. >> i'm not intimidatable, either. but i am angry, and that's okay. it's all right to show people that you're angry. it sort of gets the discussion going. >> reporter: who are you angry at? >> angry at a government that took advantage of the people. a government that is self-sustaining. >> reporter: in the suburbs and small towns that dot upstate new york, they've run out of paladino lawn signs. even his own people didn't anticipate he would have this much traction. most polls still show pa
candidate carl paladino is a republican developer. let's look at these numbers. 67% for the tea party carl paladino. 33%, a poor showing for rick lazio. anderson this has been holding up and that would be another big message here. carl paladino the tea party candidate saying this is an established republican. we will watch that as it plays out. and the d.c. mayoral race, no results. getting late. we're wondering where the votes are. the democratic incumbent, running against the chairman of the city council. his message has been the african-american mayor lost touch with the african-american community. school reform, cannot tell you anything at the moment. we would like for those numbers right there, we're ready to make a call and the new york republican governor's race. we're ready to make this call, cnn projecting a major upset tonight, carl paladino, the tea party candidate, cnn projects he will be the republican nominee for governor defeating the man who just weeks ago was not to be the favorite, rick lazio. carl paladino will face andrew cuomo in that race in new york state. the son of
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that carl paladino made last night. >> my daughter -- i'll take you out, buddy. >> how you going to do that? >> watch. >> there's more to this tape. by the way, who is this candidate that's threatening to take out people? and all the president's generals. how is president obama working with american generals in afghanistan? who's calling the shots? >>> remember this scene when michele bachmann was so inspired by president bush that she wouldn't let him go? well, she's turned on bush in her latest ad. first, let's check in on the latest polls in the tight races around the country. starting with california. a new poll shows what we've seen. boxer's building a lead over fiorina. looks like a real race with joe miller at 38%. murkowski at 36% and mcadams at 22%. finally, to florida. where marco rubio is pulling away. he's up 13 points over charlie crist with meek way behind. we'll continue to check the scoreboard each night leading up to the election day. >>> now, my interview with former president clinton. i begin by asking him about the negativity that seems to be dominating. let's talk about
, who had a lock on the senate race just weeks ago. >> in new york, carl paladino rushed his opponent for governor, rick lazio, who had the gop's backing. >> kelly ayotte, is in a neck and neck fight with ovide lamontagne. >> for details on these and other races, emily schmidt has been tracking the overnight numbers. >> reporter: good morning to you. usually, the day after the primary, we are talking about the matchups set between republicans and democrats. but this morning, it's a different story. it's a difference between the tea party surge and the republican establishment. last night, the tea party pulled off some huge surprises. one of the nation's smallest states is now home to one of the year's largest political upsets. >> no more politics as usual. >> reporter: christine o'donnell, a candidate who had run and lost twice for senate before, won this time. she beat long-term congressman and political moderate, mike castle, with the backing of the tea party and sarah palin. >> thank you, governor palin, for your endorsement. >> the voters of the republican primary have spoken. and
party backed republican candidate carl paladino didn't take kindly to new york post reporter fred dicker asking him to prove that andrew kwoe ma had extramarital affairs. >>> kate snow has been covering the campaign. kate, i know you spoke with carl paladino before this altercation occurred last night. i know you asked him about what time of candidate is his passion, perhaps whether he's an angry man. let's listen to that first. >> sure. >> you said you're not politically correct? >> i'm not intimidatable, either. but i am angry. that's okay. it's all right to show people that you're angry. kate, he is not backing away from that he's angry. some voters like that. what about these charges, though? are they going to offer up proof or continue to put rumors out about the opponent? >> i don't know when. you heard him say at some point they'll offer proof for what they're throwing out there. of course, reporters want evidence. if you're going to make a charge against someone's family about their personal business. the other thing he was referring to, though, and he mentioned this to me when i
. >> michael, in his rebuff to the reporter, carl paladino doesn't just defend his on nor and that of his 10-year-old daughter, he then brings in andrew cuomo's marriage or divorce and allegations that he cheated. he doesn't take the high road. he does what you're criticizing. you say what's off limits. carl paladino doesn't think it's off limits to accuse andrew cuomo of cheating. >> you are correct. that's equally appalling. it began with the media. and i'm not giving him a pass. it was tit for tat and equally ad baz. now the cuomo family has to be involved in this. it speaks to a vicious pattern we need to address. you may be interested to know within the last couple weeks i interviewed gary hart he saw his presidential aspirations flame out because of this issue. how could i not ask him? i said, senator, after all this time what do you think the stan dpard should be. and he said, i'm paraphrasing, does it have baring on your able to do a job? i would suggest it does not. some would say it's a picture of the character of the man. whatever the standard is, we have to reign it in. >> let me
the other big upset winner, carl paladino, is he willing to talk, joining us live tonight, sending out letters to potential voters who literally smell of garbage. who's behind the junk mail, and what's up with the e-mails he used to forward to his friends. we'll talk to him, republican nominee join us. >>> and a shocking story of a home invasion that turned into multiple murder. newly released video of a woman telling a bank teller her family is being held hostage and a short time later she's dead and so are her two daughters. we'll take you into the courtroom. >>> we begin with keeping them honest with the tea party sensation, delaware's gop senatorial nominee christine o'donnell. she's trailing chris coons but in the money race she's raking it in, claiming close to $1 million in contributions in the last 24 hours alone. karl rove who dissed her primary night did something of a 180 today, and long-time supporter sarah palin gave her free advice about only talking to friendly media. watch. >> she's going to have to dismiss that go with her gut, get out there speak to the american peopl
, he is the establishment favorite to be the republican candidate, developer carl paladino, very early results here in new york, let's take a look at the numbers. rick lazio trailing, 72% for the tea party candidate, carl paladino at the moment. 28% for rick lazio. just 7% of the vote in there, but on a night like this, we've seen it happen in delaware, it could be happening in new hampshire, we'll keep an eye on new york. >> that's huge, 72%. do we know where that's coming from? are those kind of skewed based on where it's coming from in the state? >> we don't know yet, that's where we're breaking down as they come in. you're in new york city, it's a big diverse state, we have to be very careful when the numbers are in down below 7%. but paladino, a tea party candidate running against the establishment, that's a good start. long way to go. >> do we know about the rangel race? >> haven't seen results on that one yet, and, of course, that is a dramatic primary. he's seeking his 21st term and as you know he's facing a dozen ethics charges here and a shot, a chance, although most people b
's carl palladino, 33% for rick lazio. this is holding up. karl paladino saying this is an establishment republican. we need a break in the party. the d.c. mayoral race. no results in this one. getting late after 11:00, the democratic republican adrian feinty running against vincent gray. gray says the african-american mayor lost touch with the african-american community. school reform a huge issue. can't tell you anything at this moment. i'm being told we are ready to make a call in the new york republican governor's race. we are ready to make this call. cnn projecting another major upset. carl paladino. cnn projects he will be the republican nominee for mayor defeating the man who was thought to be the favorite rick lazio. karl paladino will face andrew cuomo, the son of the former governor. he will be favored in that race, but, wow, another upset. another message to the republican establishment. we have been talking about how this is a bad year for the democrats come november. what it has been through this primary season is a dramatic soul searching for the republican party. >> john k
an unexpectedly strong challenge from a man named carl paladino, who was most famous essentially for sending out super pornographic and/or racist e-mails like this one. that's president obama and first lady michelle obama dressed as a pump and prostitute, a photo shopped image mr. paladino e-mailed out under the heading "white house ball." that was one of the more g-rated e-mails carl paladino sent out for which he had to later apologize which he had to later explain he didn't really mean the apology. we'll be watching it very closely as results do come in now that polls have closed. >>> but again, the most intriguing race of the night is happening at least so far in delaware. the republican senate primary between congressman mike castle and tea party-endorsed candidate christine o'donnell. since christine o'donnell's challenge to mike castle has become unexpectedly strong, her background as one of the most extreme abstinence advocates in the country has attracted lots of attention. and i mean abstinence as in sexual abstinence. we have talked about on the show before the fact that according to
this is important? weigh in from home or wherever you are, just ahead, also joining us, carl paladino, the bigger upset winner from primary night. he's now sent out garbage-scented letters to talk about the corruption in albany. we'll talk about that. >>> and heart wrenching moments in a home invasion murder trial. the defense is trying to shift blame on to the police. this is the last time we will see this woman alive as she's telling a teller at a bank she needs money and people are holding her family hostage. we'll be right back. down the hill? man: all right. we were actually thinking, maybe... we're going to hike up here, so we'll catch up with you guys. [ indistinct talking and laughter ] whew! i think it's worth it. working with a partner you can trust is always a good decision. massmutual. let our financial professionals help you reach your goals. oh. about what? uh, they don't really think you're an exchange student. what? they think you're a businessman, using our house to meet new clients in china. for reals, player? [ woman speaks chinese ] they overheard a phone call. [ speaks chines
. >> in new york, carl paladino overcame his challenger's 40- point lead to become the republican candidate for governor. >> if we have learned anything tonight it is dead new yorkers are mad as hell. he will take on an to cuomo. also, charlie rangel beat democrats and ethics charges to stay in washington. >> no matter what they say, i grow back -- i go back to washington stronger than i have ever been. >> democrats are hoping to hold onto their majority. tracy pockets, wbal 11 news. >> for up-to-the-minute results, this wbaltv.com. will have continuing coverage tonight. in other news, more with mr. -- testimony expected in the second full day of ken harris -- ken harris'murder trial. yes, we heard from the owner of the new haven lounge, keith covington, who said he heard a single shot and did not know ken harris had been shot until police arrived. the testimony is said to be a different account that his original statement. >> it is a very important discrepancy. the number of people involved, the people in -- what the people did, their location -- it is significant, and hopefully we can exp
at lake george, new york. something scary happened there last night. it involved carl paladino going after a "new york post" reporter fred dicker. now this is a frightening scene that you don't often see, even in politics. let's watch. >> it says, you've descended into the gutter by suggesting that he was involved in extramarital relations when there is no evidence. if you have no evidence of that, isn't that going into the gutter? >> hm, well, the guy's been in the gutter and spent a good part of his life with andrew varcis in the gutter should think twice about trying to characterize me. >> you're a lawyer. you've heard the term and i'm -- >> i'm also a lawyer -- >> what evidence do you have? >> i want to know why you sent your goons after my daughter. i want to know. >> your charge against cuomo, do you have the evidence? >> three daughters -- >> how can you say that -- >> i have a daughter too, fred. i have a daughter. >> you brought it out, fred -- >> stay away from me. what evidence do you have? >> listen, you go after my daughter -- say it one more time. >> come on, guys. easy. >> c
.5. in new york, carl paladino upset former congressman rick lazio for the republican nomination for governor. p pal. >> yes, we are as hell. new yorkers are fed up. tonight the ruling class knows they've seen it now, okay? they not only know it, but they've seen it. there's a people's revolution. every day new yorkers are just mad enough to force change at the ballot box. the people have had enough. >> paladino will now face andrew cuomo in november. most experts don't give mr. paladino much of a shot against cuomo, but he will certainly make the race interesting. also in new york, charlie rangel gel brushing it all off, easily surviving a primary challenge by five different rrivals. his most aggressive challenger adam clayton powell finished with 23%. so charlie rangel hangs on there. but if reports are any indication, expect challenges to primary results in the state of new york. yesterday the yesterday. >> today unfortunately we have hearing disturbing reports that some polling sites have been very disturbing. we've been told of some polling sites that opened two to four hours late. that
gubinatorial candidate carl paldino and a feisty reporter. paladino will be on this broadcast tomorrow, folks. the breaking news ahead. >> at the appropriate time you'll get it. >> this guy is the attorney general of new york. >> and you're his stalking horse. >> you made the charge. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out buddy. >> how are you going to do that. >> watch. >> are you threatening me? megyn: fox news alert, brand-new fox news opinion dynamics polls just out, i mean moments ago with stunning numbers on the mood in america. an overwhelming 89%, nearly 9 out of ten people say they are worse off or at best the same as they were two years ago. for a president who ran on hope and change that can't be good news so close to the midterm elections. joining me now susanness streupblg -- susan estridge, a fox news contributor. susan thank you for being here. 37% say they are worse off. 32% say they are the same. 11% say they are better off than two years ago when president obama took office. >> reporter: first of all i'm not sure who the 11% are. i've gone back
this season. six tea partyers have won primaries for governor. carl paladino of new york joined their ranks last night. but republican leaders are keeping their distance from him, too, after he named his dog his chief of staff and proposed that welfare recipients be housed in unused prisons. >> new yorkers are as mad as hell. (cheers and applause) and we're not gonna take it anymore! >> reporter: in delaware, o'donnell beat a veteran moderate congressman who was considered a general election shoe-in. polls show o'donnell's ultraconservative social views ... >> lust in your heart is committing adultery. >> reporter: ...make her a decided underdog in this blue-leaning state. >> given christine o'donnell's background i have a very difficult time supporting her. i think i'd be more likely to cross party lines in this situation. >> reporter: and that's giving new life to the democrat in the race, chris coons. i. >> she's a difficult sort of republican than i expected. >> reporter: republicans have a narrow window to take back the senate and it involves picking up ten seats. if they don't win in
're awake this hour or do what carl paladino does. we'll read your responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes is the cram session for this thursday, the last day of september the 30th. a lot going on today including president obama facing tough questions at a backyard barbecue in iowa. plus another devastating blow to america's future as snooki gets a book deal. what kind of wisdom can we ex-is s. pekt from the poughkeepsie poof? >>> first the news live at 5:30 a.m. the race for governor in new york is getting personal. republican candidate carl paladino is accusing andrew cuomo of being unfaithful to his wife years ago. he made the claims minutes after angrily declaring that his 10-year-old daughter from his own affair ten years ago was off limits to the press. politico quotes him as saying has anybody asked andrew cuomo about his paramours when he was married or asked him why his wife left him or threw him out of the house? has anyone ever done that? why are they in truding on my life? he offered no support for that and last night he nearly came to blows with a new york post reporte
's republican gubernatorial primary, tea party support helped carl paladino defeat rick lazio. and in new hampshire, kelly ayotte just barely beat tea party favorite ovide lamontagne for the republican senate nomination. it's 48 days and counting until the election and congressional correspondent nancy cordes begins tonight's coverage. >> reporter: within minutes of christine o'donnell's stunning victory, a debate was raging in the republican party over whether to fund her... >> i also want to thank the tea party express. >> reporter: ...or disavow her. >> i'm really not concerned about that because we didn't have their support when we won. >> reporter: o'donnell, a political novice who g.o.p. leaders have described as everything from a liar to delusional has provided by beleaguered democrats with a new national rallying cry. >> look, last night showed that there's a very vociferous debate going on inside the republican party for the hearts and mind of republican voters. >> reporter: o'donnell becomes the seventh tea party-affiliated candidate to defeat a more mainstream republican in a s
and forth and a confrontation that got really personal. that candidate, carl paladino, has admitted his own infidelity and just accused his opponent of cheating with no proof. that's what set off this fight. but the bigger picture is how many voters and candidates have been losing their cool. anger management is not required or even expected this year. >> you're his bird dog. >> reporter: carl paladino unloaded on a reporter with a list of grievances in his race for new york governor. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house i'll take you out, buddy. >> how are you going to do that? >> reporter: around the country, boundaries keep getting crossed as candidates act out voter's pent up anger. >> i will hit the ground running. >> reporter: in maine, a candidate for governor lashed out at the president. >> you're going to be seeing a lot of me on the front page, telling obama to go to hell. >> reporter: and democrats have boiled over, too. >> the gentleman will observe regular order and sit down! i will not! >> reporter: in this anger fueled political environment -- >> you know what? it'
athletes, somebody got to be appealing to he carl paladino has defeated rk lazio. >>> an international student has died. 26-year-old julie bachleitner of austria died yesterday. her friend was also hurt. the driver, 23-year-old adams was charged with assault and dui. there is a study that caused the 1,600 miles of toll lanes in our area. the report suggests adding close to the beltway, 66, 95, 270, and the bw parkway. the council will present the report today to the d.c. transportation planning board. >>> bus drivers in prince george's county will resume their strike today. the strike began on monday. the talks broke down yesterday over several issues including a care coverage. the company that operates the buses brought in replacement drivers. half of the bus routes had some service yesterday. >>> metro is investigating a communications failure that happened after some escalators broke down. altria escalators at the wheaton station stop working monday evening. metro closed that station, but train end of stopping their and passengers allowed to get out. if mitchell is looking into why
that bill. >>> he's talking tough but yesterday carl paladino the republican nominee for governor almost took steps into that when he got into a heated argument with a "new york post" reporter who wanted to know what evidence he that that andrew cuomo cheated on his wife. he said, lay off my daughter. here's the scuffle captured on a cell phone. >> i'll take you out? >> you're going to take me out? >> yeah. how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> well, the two men were eventually separated by aides. the scuffle came just hours after pal deen know picked up the crucial nomination of the state's conservative party. >>> stunning news for the world of cycling, three-time tour de france champion alberto continue that dror tested positive for a banned substance. he's been provisionally been suspended. faces a two-year ban. he denies taking the substance, continue that dror is expected to hold the news conference later on today in spain. >>> well there is a horrific scene on a highway outside of washington. a tour bus from pennsylvania fell 45 feet from a sky ramp. there was one death. the d
'reilly factor" is on. tonight -- >> i'll clean out albany with a base bat. >> tough guy carl paladino, a tea party favorite is six points behind andrew cuomo in the new york gubernatorial race. that is shocking. we'll tell you why it is happening. do you, jon stewart have obama remorse? there was a sense that oh, jesus will walk on water but now you're looking at me like oh, look at that, he's just treading water. >> laura ingraham watched the stewart-o'reilly shootout very closely last night and had some critiques. uh-oh! also tonight, police taze some men who led them on a high speed chase in florida. >> one person running. >> and now the cops may be in trouble. megan kelly has been investigating. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now! >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a shocking political poll in new york state. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. conservative carl paladino backed by the tea party is running for governor against new york attorney general andrew cuomo whose father used to be the gover
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in vacated by judd gregg. another stunner and the big party at said, carl paladino will be the republican candidate for government in there. the establishment candidate, former candidate rick lazio, not close. 63% to 37%, and that set for the tea party to go against the democrat andrew cuomo. currently the state attorney general. charlie rangel, we project charlie rangel will win renomination in the 15th district in the house. five challengers in this primary, also faces ethics allegations. we can break down the numbers. this is his closest rival, adam clayton powell, charlie rangel with 52%, coal with 24%. charlie rangel nelly overwhelming favorite for 21st term in congress. this is still being counted and to the overnight hours. the democratic incumbent, he wants four more years, the democratic primary is essentially the general election and the chairman of the city council his challenger. he is leading in this race, he made education reform the big issue, 54% and 45% for the incumbent. 20% of the vote counted so we need to keep watching this. it looks like there could be a new mayor in
. >> reporter: and in new york's gubernatorial race, another upset with carl paladino defeating rick lazio. >> all andrew offers us is startus cuomo. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> reporter: also in new york despiting facing voters for the first time fais while facing ethics charges, charles rangel had an easy win. nbc news. >> one result is still spending. that the new hampshire primary. preliminary results show kelly ayotte is ahead of ovide lamontagne the. >>> sarah shourd is free after spending a year in an iranian prison. but the story is not over. two other american hikers still face espionage charges. >> reporter: it was a happy ending tonight for sarah shourd, released from an iranian prison and flown immediately to oman, who put up the $500,000 that iran was demanding for her bail according to some reports. >> on behalf of myself and my family, if anything, i'm standing here today because of the efforts of many people and many governments. >> reporter: she was reunited there with her mother, nora, who with the other two mowers had been lobbying and begging for the release
in new york's republican gubernatorial race, political newcomer, carl paladino beat the established choice, former congressman rick lazio. while tea party victories have been a story this season, analysts wonder if the candidates will be too extreme for the mainstream come november. >> the question is, can they broaden their appeal to a wider electorate where moderates dominate. >> reporter: the upsets have also shaken the gop as a whole. republican officials who once said he would be their only hope of winning the delaware senate seat made it clear last night they would not fund o'donnell in the general election. >> the contest is always over the middle but you've got to have your base behind you to win a general election. >> reporter: and if the gop didn't win delaware, analysts believe their chances of winning back the senate are slim. and while tea party wins may have complicated gop efforts to take back the senate, analysts say they do have a better shot at the house. terrell, back to you. >> we'll be watching. thank you so much. >>> here in new york, long-time congressman char
. there was a heated exchange between the republican candidate for governor, carl paladino and a reporter for the "new york post." paladino was upset the "post" sent a photographer to the home of a daughter he admitted fathering out o of wedlock then challenger, andrew cuomo, had an extra-marital affair. >> what's the evidence? you sent another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> yeah.Ñi >> how are you going to do that? >> watch! >> are you threatening me? >> paladino said he would provide proof of an alleged cuomo affair at the apprporiate time. >>> and in the california's governor's race republican candidate meg whitman is denying allegations she employed an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper who worked for her nine years. she says whitman knew she was in the country illegally. all was fine until last year, when whitman considered running for governor and fired her with these words. >> and from now on, you don't know me and i don't know you. you never have seen me, and i have never seen you. do you understand me? >> whitman denies knowing di
republican insuggestive carl paladino is within six points of democratic titan andrew cuomo followed by michael bloomberg endorsing mr. cuomo followed by eliot spitzer saying that cuomo is the dirtiest nastyiest out there, isn't politics wonderful? >> the storm comg
partyers are finding support. carl paladino took new york's gubernatorial nomination while lease za murkowski of alaska and utah both lost to tea party candidates and in kentucky rand paul won the nomination there. news that have boosted the spirits of democratic leaders. >> there are going to be seats that we are going to win in november that six months ago we frankly were pretty sure we were going to lose. >> reporter: but ryan darling of the heritage foundation says the family feud is good for republicans. >> there's been a pretty public fight within the republican party but it's a good fight to have. i mean, this is the one year where you're having record turnout on the part of republicans in so many different states. >> reporter: but others say winning primaries with tea party loyalists is one thing. winning a general election is a much bigger and more difficult test. >> the frustration, the aggravation, the unhappiness is what's fueling this party at this time, things get better so they go away. >> reporter: very few particulars. either the republicans or the tea party have su
candidate carl paladino beat rick lazio in the race for new york governor. democrats are encouraged about the results. and republicans are worried because tea party candidates could have a tough time in the general election. the outcome of the delaware primary is frustrating to the gop leadership. without securing that seat, the party has very little hope of regaining control of the senate. >> it's going tow very difficult if not impossible for republicans now to gain that seat in the united states senate. >> reporter: anger at washington and an uncertain economy are fueling voter discontent. and the tea party candidates are taking full advantage. >> we not only won but we won big. >> reporter: unless she can broaden her appeal, she and other conservative candidates could be looking at an uphill battle this november. joel brown, cbs news, washington. >>> checking headlines for you around the bay area, a new alcohol tax has won initial approval from san francisco supervisors. but the vote was 7-3, which is one vote short of what is needed to override mayor newsom's promised veto. the new f
supporters, carl paladino from buffalo, defeated rick lazio in the republican gubernatorial primary. also here in new york, charlie rangel won renomination to congress in his harlem district despite recent ethics problems. and in washington, d.c., voters have fired their mayor, adrian fenty, who has held that job for just three years. while it was just a city mayor's race, that washington election result last night was heard across the country by those who follow education reform. that's because the defeat of mayor fenty likely means the departure of a big reformer, the powerful, controversial michelle rooe, she's the chancellor of schools in d.c. this comes just as her profile is about to explode even bigger because of a new film called "waiting for superman." that premieres tonight in washington. something about timing. our own tom costello is there for us. tom, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. we're at the museum, waiting for "superman's" premiere. michelle rhee has been the national symbol on education reform and she admits she probably played a part in the mayor losing
. you know, carl paladino, this is the guy who opened his victory speech on primary night saying i'm mad as hell. he's used very blunt, emotional rhetoric. his calling card is anger and rage. i think the two things going on here is fred dicker from "the new york post" they sent a photographer and reporter to the home of paladino's 10-year-old daughter, the daughter he fathered out of wedlock. the second thing is, as you can see here, he's calling dicker cuomo's bird dog and sort of saying in the bag and that's one thing even sort of political observers in new york felt that the dicker coverage has been very favorable to cuomo because "the post" expected cuomo to be next governor. i think those two things were sort of happening and it bubbled over. of course, the other backdrop to this this came hours after paladino challenged reporters to ask cuomo on marriage infidelities on his part. go ask this guy about adultly and don't talk to me about my ilegitimate daughter. >> only six points ahead of carl paladino. it got very interesting. steve, thanks for coming innkeep dry out there. >>> wit
. >>> the day's other headlines include dandies. a flashy freakout from carl paladino and tragedy as a college student commits suicide, raising issues not only of privacy, but of our political system's role in failing to deal with the civil rights issue that is homosexuality. we start in new york where carl paladino is making some damn good headlines. paladino accuses andrew cuomo of carrying on an affair. while married to his former wife, cuomo has not commented. so last night, a reporter confronted paladino. paladino responded like this. >> have any evidence for the charge you make? >> at the appropriate time, you'll get it. and you're -- >> what's the evidence? >> take you out, buddy -- >> how you doing to do that? >> watch. >> let's mix it up. i love that guy. i just love him. jane and martha, conservative talk radio host. martha, i don't even know where to begin other than to observe the absurdity. when you see political candidates ending up in this state, what does it tell you about the overall quality of the candidates we're selecting, the primary system we're work, with, the entire mec
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